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Crowdfunding Condominium Renovations
 

(Summary; crowdfunding condominium renovations with emerging platforms can lead to substantial savings when proper engineering assurance is also performed.  Contact us for more information) The 20/10 Rule After the first 20 years, a condominium building may see a major system repair every 10 years for the life of the building. […]

 
 
 
What Every Engineer Needs to Know About Bitcoin
 

A bitcoin (lowercase b), as a currency, has several flaws that will continue to limit its ability to replace money as we know it.  There are millions of words published on the subject, so I’ll leave it to the reader to assess arguments on both sides.  However, Bitcoin (upper case […]

 
 
 
5 Questions About Reserve Fund Studies
 

The Reserve Study is one of the most important documents that a shared asset community can own. Coengineers, PLLC complies with the more stringent standard of the Canadian Reserve Study Act combined with the ASTM E2018-08 standard for building condition assessments where practical.   This standard of care provides the […]

 
 
 
When To Retain a Licensed Engineer
 

It is commonplace for businesses and community associations to retain an accountant, or a lawyer, or a financial advisor; but how often does one think about retaining a Professional Engineer? Engineering oversight on your technical projects pays for itself in lower total cost, higher quality, financial security, and legal resilience, […]